The marks of a woman in essential oil, love,
attest to her presence in a new wonderland
but gone is her essence, her being, her name,
washed into life she sinks, disappears.
Bubbles rise forth as she battles to breathe,
a frog she could be or an undersea ghoul,
rising and falling, her heart, body, all,
in reality drowns, she’s a memory gone sour.
Love floats her right in, hate takes her right out,
she’s bobbing about unanchored no doubt,
but high on a dream she’s a terrible queen
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Katie wanted to do a fun extra credit assignment for her chemistry class. So, using her molecular set, she built a fun animal and named it Hexie. The black balls represent carbon and the yellow represent hydrogen. Hexie is a hexane molecule (6 carbon and 14 hydrogen atoms) and this is what she sent in to her teacher. Oh, her teacher loved it!! This is Hexie, our new pet. I named him Hexie, because naming him C6H14 seemed a little impersonal. As you can see, he is leash-trained and loves to play with hi... read more »
Here's a fun item my wife ran across this weekend at the farmer's market... You know, I actually wouldn't mind having a pair of these. read more »
Thequick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog and ran to the shade of an old oaktree. There he lay down and looked atthe clouds like a gazer into other lands and he was still that time beneath allthat lay above.
Whatdid he see? I asked, I asked, but thequick brown fox was also lazy and nothing could stir his complacency there inhis comfort zone. I stood on my head, Idid, I did, and this brought the ghost of a smile because the ghost, you see,of who he really is, paid a visit that time down to earth. I ... read more »
After last weeks books I have a few more for you that I'd wished I'd written or at least come up with the title I received an email from AbeBooks.com providing a link to their "Weird Book Room". http://www.abebooks.com/books/weird/index.shtml?cm_mmc=nl-_-nl-_-g00-weirdbX-_-image01#cats In their zeal for reform, early Protestant leaders tended to throw out Saint Benedict with the holy water. That is a mistake, writes Dennis Okholm, in Monk Habits for Everyday People. While on retreat in a Benedictine ... read more »